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SAME SHIRT AND PANTS

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You look amazing!!!

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Wow you look amazing!!!! Congrats on you weight loss!!!

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1 minute ago, ashleybrown699 said:

You look amazing!!!

thank you

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1 minute ago, Prevanwarrior said:

Wow you look amazing!!!! Congrats on you weight loss!!!

thank you

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Wow! Awesome, you must feel great.

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1 minute ago, Losebig said:

Wow! Awesome, you must feel great.

yes ma'am!!! I am so happy with my decision to have surgery

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Is this what I have to look forward to? I sure hope so. You look absolutely incredible.

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4 minutes ago, KatFight said:

Is this what I have to look forward to? I sure hope so. You look absolutely incredible.

long as you work hard for it you will be fine.. thank you

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Holy smoke, Sassy! Lookin good! Well done:)

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Wow, what a huge difference! You look great, keep up the awesome work!

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Wow!! Great job!! You look amazing !


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so far 38lbs.. But I lose inches quicker than weight and I only weigh myself when I go for my checkups...

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2 hours ago, mylighthouse said:

Wow, what a huge difference! You look great, keep up the awesome work!

thank you

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